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allow -- they were allowed to speak. representatives updated the audience of 200 concerned richmond residents about last month's chevron refinery fire. they discuss what went right and what went wrong. it was held that memorial auditorium monday night. some kept their cool till they were allowed to speak. one woman started creaming. they -- screaming about brain cancer. the panelists tried to intervene. >> when i went to the hospital, because of the throat -- [ talking at the same time ] >> doctor's medical center -- >> yes, i did. i had to pay for that with my
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medicare. i am being charged for that. >> my biggest concern is the people get their medications, especially those who can't afford it. chevron sent me a check and it wasn't enough for my medications. >> reporter: tomorrow afternoon the board of supervisors holding a special meeting to discuss the flaws. reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> chevron officials believe they tracked down the quasi-of the fire -- the cause of the fire. they addressed that earlier today. kron 4's dan kerman has that part of the story. >> reporter: they suspects corrosion is to blame for the pipe rupture that lead to the
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fire. chevron did not have the data, because when the 200-foot pipe was inspected in 2011 it was checked in 19 locations, the area that ruptured was not checked. >> we did not inspect the individual component that failed, we are now inspecting every individual component. >> reporter: this program has turned up another bad pipe. >> we have found one section that is already out of service. and it is being replaced. >> reporter: they have people who work here that know that those pipes are prone to corrosion. they don't know why nobody acted upon it. that is part of their investigation. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> chevron also responded to
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new allegations that the company deliberately by-passed air monitoring equipment. chevron claims while it is true a pipe was not connected and emissions went out unmonitored for several years it was not done on purpose. >> i take exception to somebody questions the intent on safety. as soon as we knew about the issue we addressed it. what we need to establish as part of our investigation is why that wasn't identified earlier and that is still ongoing. >> they maintain the amount that was flared during this period was so small it was not a health concerned. government investigations are underway. a santa clara elementary school principal accused of selling drugs, eric dean lewis
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was arraigned on charges. the principal was arrested on friday after a sting operation. authorities say eric dean lewis offered the investigator methmeth and the date -- methamphetamine. kron 4's maureen kelly was there. >> reporter: he is in front of a judge monday because he was arrested friday after investigators say he offered to furnish an offer with methamphetamine. that agent made contact through a dating website. after his arrest authorities searched his san francisco apartment and say they found a lot of drugs. >> quarter ounce of methamphetamine. 7 pills of mdma and 3-4 vials
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of ghp. >> reporter: that led to the additional charge of drugs for sale. computers were also seized at his office at montague elementary school but the district attorney says the investigation is still on going. at this time there is nothing to indicate he tried to sell drugs to students. authorities plan to examine any money put towards setting him free to make sure it doesn't come from drug sources. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> at this time there have been no allegations of eric dean lewis engaging in illegal activity in connection with the school. he was put on paid administrative leave. >> it is a life lessen for the kids -- lessen for the kids.
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stay away from drugs. if a principal, in charge of these kids, it is troubling. very troubling. >> very sad. shocked. that was the first reaction of staff and parents. so we just planned the best we could for students. >> eric dean lewis remains behind bars. he is held on $25,000 bail. it was a nice day today. temperatures were cooler than yesterday. a live look outside from the golden gate bridge. reduced visibility as the fog is rolling back into the bay area. reduced visibility along the coast line, santa rosa. we will see fog over night. here is what you can expect tomorrow, fog for the coast line and the bay shores. it clears quickly, except that coast. 70s and 80s tomorrow but we are in for a warm up later in the
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forecast. also coming up, problems in china may delay your iphone 5 but if you need one right away, be prepared to pay. coming up later in the broadcast giants are idle, an olympic gold medalist who won broadcast giants are idle, an olympic gold medalist who won while[ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank.
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after an article. they said it is still too pricy. that is despite a sharp decline. after what many are calling a blown call that gave the seahawks the win over the packers, the nfl may have to address the ref lock out. gary radnich will have more on this call later on in sports. temperatures were cooler out there today but we have warmer weather on the horizon, when things will heat back up coming up in just a bit. [ female announcer ] this is the story of eves. [ eves ] years ago, i hurt my shoulder drag racing. that's when i decided to take it easy, so i took up hang gliding. [ female announcer ] a grandpa who refuses to grow up. [ eves ] the pain was bad, but the thought of not being a hang glider pilot was worse. [ female announcer ] that's when eves turned to sutter health's palo alto medical foundation. [ eves ] the doctors that i dealt with, they got it, that this old guy wanted to return as a hang glider pilot. they got me flying again.
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[ screams ] this was the scene in china. 2,000 employees rioted. 40 injured. took 5,000 police to end the riot. just within the hour they resumed production, they make the iphone 5 for apple and last night's disruption could mean delays here in the u.s. kron 4's gabe slate tells us when we could see supply meet demand. >> reporter: the good news iphone 5 will deliver within
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three weeks on their website. let's hope it just doesn't jump up. apple said they have been surprised by the demand for the phone and working hard to build enough iphoneiphone 5 for everyone. it is sadesh the phone isn't really sold out or shouldn't be considered that. people forced the sell out of the phone. on ebay and craigslist there are thousands of people selling the iphoneiphone 5. people are paying $800 up to $1,300. five times the cost of the phone. this is out of control and forces honest people to have to wait a month or longer longer to get the new iphone 5. if you don't want to wait, apple stores are getting the most stock. your best bet to score is from
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them. not the carriers, try an actual apple store. when they receive new stock it arrives over night. becoming available the next day. call the apple store near you each morning and see if they received a shipment. if so get to the store as quick as you can. gabe slate,. >> kasey: -- gabe slate kron 4 news. iran's president is attending the assembly this week. he sat down for a interview on sunday. he was asked about a statement he made. >> should israel be wiped off the face of the map, is that your desire? >> if a group comes and occupies the united states of america, destroyed homes while women and children are in the
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homes, incarcerate the youth of america, impose 5 different wars on many neighbors, and always threaten others, what would you do? what would you say? would you help it? or would you help the people of the united states? so when we say -- when we say to be wiped we say for occupation to be wiped off from this world. for war seeking to be wiped off, the killing of women and children to be irradicated. we propose the path. the path is to recognize thet thright of the -- recognize the right of the palestinians, allow the people to make decisions regarding their own future. >> he is sketched to address --
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scheduled to address on wednesday. inland valleys down into the low 80s. 85 in livermore and antioch. north bay, upper 70s. cooler conditions side because of the fog. tomorrow we could expect similar conditions to what we saw today. fog pushing into the bay shores. clear skies right now. but fog into the morning hours. 70ss and 80s tomorrow. cooler wednesday but we warm back up thursday and into the weekend. tomorrow afternoon, 70s and 80s in the south bay. 79 san jose. 80 milpitass. inland valleys, low 80s to upper 80s. 84 in concord. 85 pleasanton. 87 habit crosswalk.
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-- antioch. coast side, 60s because of the fog. 63 san francisco, 70s through the north bay. extended forecast, tomorrow similar to what we saw today. we will cool wednesday thanks to more fog coverage. but then things clear out thursday and into the weekend, leading leading to warmer conditions. back into the 90s and sunshine at the coast line. temperatures climb into the 60s coast side with 80 at the bay shores. kron 4 gives you the best seats to watch the blue angels live, sponsored by jeep, part of san francisco's fleet week. kron 4 blue angels live, saturday october 6 at 3:00 p.m. you might want to start hogging the bacon. the united kingdom is warning a
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world shortage of pork and bacon next year is unavoidable and tis is connected to droughts. ranchers have been paying high fee costs costs and that led some to reduce heard size. >> coming up in sports, the a's takes on the rangers on the opener of a huge four game series and one of the most bizarre endings to an nfl games in recent memory. gary has the story coming up.
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all right. good evening, everybody. the a's, a bad time to fall victim to tough losses. another one this evening. in texas. yoenis cespedes in oakland jumping out early. in fact on three occasions the a's had two run leads in this game. and the rangers leading the american league west, but beltre was 4-2 in the 7th and there it goes. ties the game 4-4. that is in position. and the game is over. so at the close of business tonight, tonight, the angels are two games back of the the w second playoff spot. a's game and a half behind baltimore and forget catching texas with nine games to play.
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seahawks-green bay game, here we go. packers leading 12-7. final play of the game. russell wilson throws it up and it appears to be for the team in white, interception by jennings. but the official on the right ruled it it was a simultaneous catch. officials say once you bring it to your chest, that say your ball. that is what happens to the packers but they blew the call. they say a simultaneous catch will go to the offense. in that case seattle wins 14- 12. >> it was awful. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> look that replay -- look at the replay.
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the fact it was reviewed. it was awful. >> don't ask me a question about the officials. all right? we will cut to the chase there. >> steve young, former 49er great, broadcaster now for espn. >> this is now effecting the competitive landscape of the nfl and it brings it down to a level of other things we see in sports that is not the state of the nfl that we grew and lived and breathed and experienced. and built. it is coming down. >> they are $3 million apart for all the replacement refs. but you keep hearing there is something in the pension clause, everybody wants to blame roger goodel, but how many owners are there -- [ talking at the same time ]
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>> emergency meeting somewhere. >> pull some of the owners out of the bar. this was bad tonight. >> it was really bad. >> i get tired hearing people complain. if that is the way it is going to be work around it but this was so bad today, not to mention if you bet on green bay -- >> those people are really bad -- [ talking at the same time ] [ laughter ] >> pretty rough. all right. encouraging news on darrius heyward-bey. in the 4th quarter of yesterday's raiders victory, over pittsburgh, he lays on the ground for 10 minutes before being carted off and taken to a hospital. he spent the night there. the good news is, he has been released after suffering a concussion and neck strain. maybe he plays sunday. >> scary deal having him lay there and we just siding on the
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sideline praying and still praying for him that everything recovers perfectly and he is healed. he is a fighter and he will get back soon, i am soon. >> maybe sunday. we will see. >> good night. i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay.
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[knock on door] - hey, jack. - lemon, i was in beijing this weekend, buying a reality show format where criminals try to dance their way to freedom. - jien-yu pi-li-wu, sure. - i also bought this. a chinese knockoff of your book. - what? "dealbreaker: the book for you man no good, by lesbian-yellow-sourfruit." - so, uh, what do you need from me? - ah, well, our new cast member starts today. - oh, of course, the robot. i liked him. - we don't know anything about him. i don't think his real name is partybot. i don't know what he looks like. i don't know what he talks like. i certainly don't know if he can act. - lemon, what did you once say to me about acting? - just hit your marks, stay in your light, and do the same thing every take for continuity. - see? anyone can do it. [knocking] - miss lemon, security called. our new actor just checked in. he'll be on six in a couple minutes.

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